prop­erty spy

Who’s been seen where and the big-name prop­er­ties up for grabs

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HE pro­vided plenty of as­sists to his team-mate on the court and now for­mer Ade­laide 36er Brad Davidson is dish­ing out some off-court as­sis­tance to le­gendary South Aus­tralian bas­ket­baller Brett Ma­her.

Ma­her has en­listed the servi ces of Davidson t o s el l 1300sq m of land he re­cently bought and sub­di­vided on Broad­way at South Brighton.

Davidson spent the 2007-08 and 2008-09 sea­sons with the 36ers and is now work­ing as a real es­tate agent with Brock Har­courts.

He says he is en­joy­ing work­ing in the in­dus­try and the sell­ing of Ma­her’s land is go­ing well.

‘‘He (Ma­her) has di­vided it up into three blocks,’’ Davidson says.

‘‘We have sold the first two. We are just try­ing to sell the last one at the moment.

‘‘He is such a good guy and re­ally nice to deal with.’’

Un­der­stand­ably so, their friend­ship wasn’t as strong when Davidson was suit­ing up for ri­val NBL teams be­fore he joined the 36ers. ‘‘He didn’t like me as much be­fore I came to Ade­laide,’’ Davidson says.

‘‘But we got along re­ally well when we played to­gether.’’

The third block is on the mar­ket for $280,000. The founders of suc­cess­ful mag­a­zine

Kayleen and Steve Har­ris, are slip­ping out of one lux­ury home and into an­other.

The Har­ris’s dream home at Bal­han­nah has been con­structed so they have put their de­light­ful Kens­ing­ton Rd, Erindale, prop­erty on the mar­ket.

It has been listed for a cool $3.2-$3.4 mil­lion and boasts five gen­er­ous bed­rooms, a swim­ming pool, out­door kitchen fa­cil­i­ties and se­cure park­ing for eight cars on sweep­ing grounds of 3106sq m.

The Har­ris fam­ily says that al­though their two-year stay at the prop­erty was al­ways a tem­po­rary mea­sure, they en­joyed their time there.

‘‘The home works well with teenagers be­cause there are so many dif­fer­ent ar­eas of the house’’, Mr Har­ris says.

‘‘If the kids have friends over they can be at the other end of the house and we won’t even know they’re there.

‘‘We love the size of the rooms and the block and the fact the house is set back from the road.’’

The prop­erty is listed with Toop & Toop through Kay Mor­ris and Charles Cle­mente.

Kayleen and Steve Har­ris’s Erindale home is for sale.

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